1: Jon Gray picked up his first major-league victory and base hit, helping the Colorado Rockies beat New York 5-2 and snap an 11-game skid to the Mets.
1: Ross Stripling earned his first victory in his seventh major-league start by beating Michael Wacha, his former college roommate at Texas A&M, as the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 8-4.
3-0: Giants second baseman Joe Panik had earned 19 walks in 19 career 3-0 counts before hitting a tape-measure three-run homer in the sixth inning that powered San Francisco to a 3-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks.
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5: Arizona turned five doubles plays against the Giants.
5-14: Arizona’s record at home this season.
6: Major league-leading losses by the New York Yankees’ Luis Severino – who gave up six runs in 2 2/3 innings in a 7-1 loss to the Chicago White Sox – and Phil Hughes of the Minnesota Twins.
6: Games the Phillies stand over .500 – the first time Philadelphia has been that many games over .500 since finishing the 2011 season with a franchise-record 102 wins.
6: Consecutive games lost by the Angels before Los Angeles rallied for a 7-6 victory over the Seattle Mariners.
8: Jake Odorizzi became the first Rays pitcher in nine years to go winless in his first eight starts. Odorizzi (0-2) threw 42 pitches in a rocky first inning and never recovered in Tampa Bay’s 6-3 loss to the A’s.
8-0: Chris Sale’s record after the left-hander pitched a six-hitter Friday to lead the Chicago White Sox to a 7-1 victory over the New York Yankees. Sale became only the fourth White Sox pitcher to win his opening eight starts, the first since Jon Garland in 2005. He is the first in the major leagues since Arizona’s Brandon Webb started 9-0 in 2008.
8-26: Major league-worst record shared by the Minnesota Twins, who have lost straight games, and Atlanta Braves.
9: All nine of A’s shortstop Marcus Semien’s team-high nine home runs this season have come from the ninth spot in the batting order.
10: Career complete games by Sale, who has two already this season.
11: Right-hander Colby Lewis has gone at least six innings in his last seven starts, the longest streak for a member of the Texas Rangers’ season-opening rotation since Alexi Ogando’s 12 in a row in 2011.
12: Major league-leading times Rays leadoff hitter Brandon Guyer has been hit by a pitch after getting plunked by A’s closer Ryan Madson in the ninth.
14-5: Combined record of San Francisco’s top three pitchers, Madison Bumgarner (4-2), Johnny Cueto (5-1) and Jeff Samardzija (5-2), who improve to 4-1 in his last five starts after beating the Diamondbacks.
19: Consecutive games in which Jackie Bradley Jr. of the Red Sox has gotten a hit, the longest hitting streak in the majors this season. Bradley had three hits in Boston’s 7-6 loss to the Houston Astros.
188: Games since Royals left fielder Alex Gordon’s last error before he dropped Braves slugger Freddie Freeman’s fly in the fourth inning of Kansas City’s 5-1 victory over Atlanta. Gordon’s last error was Aug. 2, 2014, at Oakland.
200: Career home runs by Toronto’s Troy Tulowitzki, who took reliever Tom Wilhelmsen deep in the eighth inning of Blue Jays’ 5-0 victory over the Texas Rangers.
Compiled by Stu Rosenberg